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Getting past gatekeepers: The reception of restorative justice in the Nova Scotia criminal justice system.

Clairmont, Don
June 4, 2015

Source: (2013) The Dalhousie Law Journal.36(2):359-391.

This paper draws upon twelve years of multi-dimensional research and focuses
on the reception of restorative justice in the criminal justice system in Nova
Scotia. The paper traces the evolution of the restorative justice sociai movement,
examining the iaunching and take-off phases, the impact on the police gatekeeping
role, the receptivity and use of restorative justice by other criminal justice
system professionals, its current ievei of institutionalization in the criminai justice
system, and its future prospects. (authors’ abstract)


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